CNBC is comprised of the national leaders of the eight largest historically Black denominations in America. The organization represents more than 70% of the African American Christians across this nation. Our mission is to serve as a unified voice of black religious bodies that seeks to improve the quality of life for African Americans and other underserved populations. We are convinced that this national gathering will inspire local efforts, as well as cement CNBC as a permanent point of coordination in the ongoing struggle against racism.
Dr. W. Franklyn Richardson, Chairman
Jacqueline L. Burton, President
Bishop John Hurst Adams, Founder & Chairman Emeritus (Deceased)
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Senior Bishop McKinley Young
Bishop Reginald T. Jackson
Dr. Delores Kennedy-Williams
Bishop Adam Jefferson Richardson
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL ZION CHURCH
Senior Bishop George E. Battle, Jr.
Bishop George D. Crenshaw
Bishop W. Darin Moore
Bishop Dennis V. Proctor
Dr. Barbara Shaw
CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Senior Bishop Lawrence L. Reddick, III
Bishop Thomas L. Brown, Sr.
Ms. Faye Crowder-Phillips
Bishop William H. Graves, Sr.
Bishop Marvin F. Thomas, Sr.
CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
Presiding Bishop Charles E. Blake, Sr.
Bishop Brandon B. Porter
Bishop Talbert W. Swan, II
FULL GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH FELLOWSHIP INTERNATIONAL
Presiding Bishop Joseph W. Walker, III
Bishop Larry L. Brandon
Bishop Edward Stephens
Bishop Andrew Turner
NATIONAL BAPTIST CONVENTION OF AMERICA INTERNATIONAL, INC
Dr. Terry K. Anderson
Dr. Wallace S. Hartsfield, Sr.
NATIONAL BAPTIST CONVENTION USA, INC
Dr. Jerry Young, President
Dr. Harry Blake, 1st Vice President At-Large
Dr. Calvin McKinney, General Secretary
PROGRESSIVE NATIONAL BAPTIST CONVENTION, INC
Dr. Timothy Stewart, President
Dr. Timothy T. Boddie, General Secretary
Rev. M. Zidde Hamatheite
Dr. Christine A. Smith
Dr. James B. Blassingame
Bishop John R. Bryant
Dr. Frederick D. Haynes, III
Dr. Kenneth B. Martin
Conference of National Black Churches (CNBC) is a Program of the Institute of Church Administration and Management (ICAM), a 501 (c)(3) organization